عنوان مقاله [English]
From the book Mujmal al-Lagha written by Ibn Faris on the subject of Arabic words, ancient and exquisite manuscripts from the fifth and sixth centuries remain. Examination of these manuscripts shows that Shiite scribes and scholars were interested in writing this book. Also, the name of this book is mentioned in some Shiite permissions, which shows that Imami writers, in line with the scholars of other religions, have paid attention to its narration. Among the original works of this article, we can mention an ancient version of this book which has been read and listened to by Ibn Abi Zanbour, a sixth century Imam and scholar from Mosul, as well as an exquisite ancient Shiite copy of the book Mujmal al-Lagha. The fifth century has been introduced and recited in several different assemblies and has been recited on Imami scholars Ibn Bandar, Hassan Ibn Fadar Qomi and Rashid Al-Razi, who have been introduced for the first time in this article.